I have never heard of this guy and I was surfing around YouTube when I happened to stumble across this video! (Sorry I can't set it up, only provide
a link, I can't find the video "Number"). I don't know if this has ever been posted, but It's very important so I had to post it! Follow the
Lyndon LaRouche is an interesting character. His father was a famed economist at the turn of the last century and he himself is getting quite up there
He as been a candidate for President in all eight of the last eight elections for President, including one Presidential bid where he ran his campaign
from his Federal Prison Cell after being convicted by the Regan Justice Department in a Mail Fraud Conspiracy in what his lawyer Cyrus Vance claimed
was the most egregious miscarriage of justice he had ever seen.
He has run 7 times as a Democrat and 1 time as an independent.
He economically favors the Brenton Woods Monetary Policy of the FDR Administration and post War pre-Nixon years. Even as Bill Clinton’s Presidency
was winding down as an economist he was predicting a collapse in a huge real estate, stock and currency market bubble. He considered Gore the
architect of these policies and in 1999 stated that 1994 in his professional opinion was the last possible point in time the IMF could have changed
direction to avert a total world wide economic collapse of the system. In 1999 he did not even believe George Bush could keep the bubble up and
running for a year let alone almost his entire Presidency. Such an assessment could shed a lot of light on the timing of September 11th 2001 for a
disaster to put the country onto a war footing and a war focused economy.
The Powers that Be hate Lyndon LaRouche with a passion.
A former CIA Director says that Lyndon LaRouche likely has the best Private Intelligence Agency in the world.
Many people think he is simply running a political cult.
Many more people think he is genuinely insane.
He does have a genuine loyal small but core group of adherents and followers and while many of his assertions are wild and hard to believe, he has
left a large enough wealth of his writings and essays authored over the years, to when you go back 10, 20, 30 years and look at what he was saying and
writing, his timing for forecasting was typically off, but what he was forecasting was typically right on.
He definitely has his own unique take on things and some pretty powerful people dislike the fact that he does, and he does have supporters and
Nice find, star and flag!
LaRouche is one of the most intelligent "politicians" there is. He is always talking straight and business. No wonder TPTB hates him, they have
tried to smear him and label him as conspiracy theorist for years. I think he's more likely a conspiracy realist! I've been subscribing his
"laroucheyouth" youtube channel for a long time, you should check it out, you might find it pretty interesting what they have to say.
I had done a little research on him as well. I visited his web-site and did some searching, but cam up with nothing in particular. What really
astounded me was that here was a politician (credible or not, I do not know) who actually out-right spoke about the British Empire (Angelo-Dutch
Financial Banking Empire) as still alive and active. It was extremely refreshing to see someone so adamant and passionate. The only thing that really
deterred me was his stance on bio-fuels. Used in the context he is completely right, but at the same time I cannot be sure if he was lumping it in
with bio-diesel or recognizes the two as distinctly different. He's a man I'd vote for.
China has all of our debt. Almost everything we've borrowed lately comes from them. They have a population so massive that they could crush us like a
bug in a land war. And since (god-willing) no one in their right mind would actually set off another nuke it seems like a real possibility.
China depends on us to buy all the stuff they make, so is it so far-fetched to believe that they would possibly start a war with us with the intention
of conquering us in order to attain land and to repay them for all the money we've taken? We can't pay the debt back, I mean what's it at now 18
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